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Title: Hypertext: a psychological perspective
Authors: McKnight, C.
Dillon, A.
Richardson, J.
Whalley, P.
Cunningham, D.
Duffy, T.
Knuth, R.
Hammond, N.
Landauer, T.
Egan, D.
Remde, J.
Lesk, M.
Lochbaum, C.
Ketchum, D.
Wright, P.
Jonassen, D.
Keywords: Hypertext
Hypermedia
Social informatics
Human-Computer Interaction
HCI
Usability
Information technology
Cognition
Socio-technical design
Issue Date: 3-Aug-2005
Abstract: Written by leading figures in the field the authors look at the psychological considerations such as memory, education and navigation underlying the design of hypertext systems. Addressing itself to the full range of psychological issues, with direct reference to practical applications, this book places the technology within the domain of human activities and thereby provides a broader perspective on the role and value of emerging information systems.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1231
ISBN: 0-13-441643-0
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